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PBS
Nov 5, 2013 6:30pm PST
and federal websites. >>> at a state senate committee meeting, marlin, the head of the centers for medicare and medicaid services that control healthcare.gov says information on the number of enroll lees will be released next week. >> if we can know how many hamburgers and cars and recorders are being sold every day, how come we can't know how many people are being enrolled in obama care? wouldn't it build confidence in it? >> we'll have that information next week. >> that's once. why don't we know it every day? >> next week may not be soon enough for some on the hill. the house weighs and means committee chairman soupaubpoena cms asking for the information. >>> election day, in washington state a controversial ballot initiative caused a multi million dollar food fight over the labeling of genetic foods. >> reporter: in washington state they are paying crazy amounts of money to take food labs to the next level. >> people have a right to know what is in their food. >> reporter: air waves have ads of i-522 that would be the first law in the nation to mandate labels on foods. >> i-522 claims a
PBS
Nov 18, 2013 6:30pm PST
that it is improving, and that his departments for medicaid and medicare services will update the subcommittee on the marketplace tomorrow. >>> meanwhile, united health care dropping thousands, leaving many wondering if they can see their long-time physicians, united health care says the cutbacks are the result of government under-funding of managed care plans for the elderly. and more on money being spent on premiums on medical claims in the last quarter. >>> and finally, nbr has more on the week-long series, and the economic issues facing america's biggest cities, many of which are in a critical situation. scott kohn has more from oakland, california. ♪ ♪ ♪ >> reporter: curtis robinson is not your average pastor. before he took the pulpit at the church, he spent time as a stockbroker, which figures into his work. peace comes at a premium in oakland, with 127 murders last year, and the highest armed robbery rate in the country. >> we have to have more at the police department. >> reporter: the mayor says the city is hiring officers again but the force is still down by roughly a quarter
PBS
Nov 25, 2013 6:30pm PST
, the stock was at $6.21. >>> news that the u.s. government won't cut medicaid and medicare as much this year, both companies covering kidney dialysis, and davita shares were up. >>> and the fda has done a u-turn regarding a diabetes drug that once had sales of $3 billion a year. the fda has removed some restrictions on the smith-klein medication, saying it no longer has serious concerns on the drug's heart task risk, this means more doctors can prescribe the avandia. >>> and more concerns about the affordable care act, this time it is just how affordable coverage can be, when it comes to paying taxes, the so-called marriage penalty means some companies can pay higher rates if they filed singly. some companies find that new insurance rules come with their own version of the marriage penalty. >> reporter: eileen murckowski is finding that being married and working is forcing tougher problems. >> the company my husband works for as implemented spousal care. so i'm offered part-time care, i'm no longer covered under my husband's plan. >> reporter: her husband's firm is not alone, according to me
WETA
Nov 6, 2013 6:30pm EST
insurance website. the centers forç medicare and medicaid website announced that tony trinkle will leave this month and head to the private sector. >>> expenses caused a sharp drop in humans proch fits and lowering the 014 profit outlook because of lower than expected enromment from the exchanges but the weak outlook didn't weigh on the stock. it popped 2% to $95.87. >>> whole foods market says sales growth is slowing, same store sales rose 6% in the fourth quarter but that was the slowest pace of the year. the largest u.s. natural organic grocery chain is lowering sales forecast for fiscal 2014. the news caused an initial drop in the stock after the bell. whole foods finished higher to $64.47. >>> ralph lauren beating expectations and upped the full year forecast, the sales forecast an the expectation of a strong holiday season. the luxury retailer said business was strongest at the ralph lauren storms and raised dividend as well. the shares rose more than 5% to $180.52. >>> shares çof abercrombe and blamed the short spending on young shoppers. the stock off 13.5% to $33.13. >>> the c
PBS
Nov 7, 2013 6:30pm PST
the entitlements not about social security and medicare, the hut buttons but subsidies where you can get bipartisan agreement and make the revenue increases very small, not general tax increases but some sort of user fees on specific sets of consumers of government services and that's where we are right now, and we've got to see if we can get some sort of agreement to avoid a shutdown. nancy pelosi wants to get it done by thanksgiving. the formal deadline that we've got for this round of budget talks is mid december but of course, there is nothing binds that occurs on that date. the real issue is going to be in january and february when government spending runs out and we got to raise the debt limit again, we'll find out whether we're headed for the other shutdown that cost us jobs and government money. >> thank you very much. john harwood reporting. >>> for several years chance fats are disappearing from grocery isles and restaurant menus. now the food and drug administration will finish the job. the fda announced it will require the food industry to gradually phase out art fish l chance fats. the
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